Snohomish’s Maya DuChesne (right) looks to pass with Edmonds-Woodway’s Brooke Kearney (left) and and Edmonds-AJ Martineau defending during Friday’s game at Edmonds-Woodway High School. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Snohomish’s Maya DuChesne (right) looks to pass with Edmonds-Woodway’s Brooke Kearney (left) and and Edmonds-AJ Martineau defending during Friday’s game at Edmonds-Woodway High School. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Friday’s prep basketball scores, recaps

The Everett boys and Kamiak girls picked up key victories.

Some teams in the middle of the Wesco basketball standings picked up key wins Friday.

On the boys side, Everett defeated Arlington 62-46 to pull its Wesco 3A record to 3-3, one-half game behind the Eagles for fifth place.

In girls action, Kamiak edged Jackson 52-48 to tighten the Wesco 4A standings. The Knights are now in a three-way tied for third place with Mariner and the Timberwolves.

A milestone occurred in the Cascade Christian (Bothell) boys’ 60-57 overtime win over King’s, as Eagles guard George Reidy crossed the 1,000-point threshold for his career with his 26-point outing.

Here are all of Friday’s scores:

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BOYS

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Everett 62, Arlington 46

Everett’s Wes Erickson scored 19 points and the Seagulls used a 21-4 second quarter to beat visiting Arlington.

Andrew Olson and Gabe Waddle combined to score 13 points in the second to key Everett’s run. Seagulls head coach Bryce Levin lauded Javon Wilson for his defensive effort and keeping the offense running smoothly for Everett (6-8 overall, 3-3 Wesco 3A).

Jaren Carey finished with 18 points for the Eagles (9-5, 3-2).

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Edmonds-Woodway 74, Snohomish 49

Noah Becker scored 22 points to lead four Edmonds-Woodway players in double figures as the Warriors earned a road win over Snohomish.

Michael Epoch added 15 and Chinedu Acholonu finished with 12 for Edmonds-Woodway (8-6 overall, 3-3 Wesco 3A).

Luis Balcarcel led the Panthers (4-9, 2-4) with 14 points.

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Mountlake Terrace 65, Meadowdale 50

Mountlake Terrace found its rhythm from behind the arc in a Wesco 3A win over visiting Meadowdale on Friday.

The Hawks made 12 3-pointers, with senior forward Brendan Hayes knocking down five en route to a 22-point performance.

Mustapha Sonko led the Mavericks (6-7 overall, 2-3 league) with 10 points.

Mountlake Terrace (12-1, 5-1) has won seven straight games.

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Shorecrest 67, Oak Harbor 44

Shorecrest dominated the first half, outscoring Oak Harbor 45-13, on its way to a fifth straight victory with a road victory over the Wildcats.

Philip Pepple led a trio of Scots (11-2 overall, 6-0 Wesco 3A) with 16 points, Antonio Stillwell added 12 and Eladio Fountain 10 as Shorecrest stayed unbeaten in Wesco 3A play.

Haven Brown led Oak Harbor (3-11, 1-5) with 15 points.

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Stanwood 64, Lynnwood 55

Stanwood’s Mitch Jones scored 17 points and Matt Vail added 16 as the Spartans topped host Lynnwood.

Alex Macias had 18 points and Josh Siscar finished with 17 for the Royals (6-8 overall, 2-4 Wesco 3A).

Stanwood (9-5, 5-1) has won four straight and six of its last seven contests.

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South Whidbey 67, Sultan 56

Lewis Pope scored 27 points and Kody Newman 21 to lead South Whidbey past visiting Sultan for a victory in Cascade Conference play.

The win is the seventh in the past eight games for the Falcons (12-4 overall, 6-1 conference).

Elias Lopez led the Turks (2-11, 1-6) with 17 points, hitting four 3-pointers.

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Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 60, King’s 57 (OT)

George Reidy notched 26 points for Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) in its overtime win over host King’s.

Reidy, a senior, eclipsed the 1,000-point mark for his career.

The Eagles moved to 7-8 (3-4 Cascade Conference) with the win.

Elyon Zevenbergen led King’s (4-3, 6-7) with 13 points.

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Archbishop Murphy 50, Cedarcrest 41 (statistics not reported)

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Lakewood 67, Nooksack Valley 58

Lakewood used a balanced offense and strong defense in the second and third quarters to emerge with a win over host Nooksack Valley.

The Cougars (9-4 overall, 4-2 Northwest Conference) outscored the Pioneers (7-6, 2-4) 43-23 in the two periods surrounding halftime.

Alex Coleman led Lakewood with 14 points, Kaleb Duitsman scored 13 and Alex Jensen added 12.

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Darrington 54, Concrete 47

Brevin Ross netted 18 points to help Darrington to its first conference victory of the season against visiting Concrete.

Justin Draper added 12 points for the Loggers (3-10 overall, 1-3 Northwest 2B/1B).

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Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace) 79, Shoreline Christian 14 (statistics not reported)

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GIRLS

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Monroe 47, Cascade 21

Monroe held Cascade to just four points in all but one quarter as the Bearcats cruised to their second Wesco 4A win in a home matchup with the Bruins.

Monique Fierke led Monroe (5-8 overall, 2-5 Wesco 4A) with 19 points.

Katie Valenzuela had a team-high nine points for Cascade (1-12, 0-7).

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Glacier Peak 72, Mariner 44

Alexyss Newman scored 27 points, and Glacier Peak built a 22-point lead in the first half on its way to a road win over Mariner in Wesco 4A play.

Abbie Juozapaitis added 16 points and Aaliyah Collins 10 for the Grizzlies (8-5 overall, 6-1 Wesco 4A).

Hannah Hezekiah led the Marauders (9-4, 4-3) with 20 points and Taliyah Clark chipped in with 15.

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Kamiak 52, Jackson 48

Kamiak’s Hunter Beirne sank two free throws with four seconds remaining in the fourth quarter after Jackson’s Breonna Williams hit a baseline jumper to tie the game at 48-48 to lead the Knights to their fifth straight win over the host Timberwolves.

Beirne and Alex Gallaher led the Knights (7-6 overall, 4-3 Wesco 4A) with 11 points and Ashley Gray chipped in with 10.

Olivia Skiebel led Jackson (6-6, 4-3) with 18 points and Megan Mattison added 13.

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Lake Stevens 61, Mount Vernon 29 (statistics not reported)

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Arlington 71, Everett 24

Sierra Scheppele scored a game-high 22 points to lead Arlington to a home victory over Everett in Wesco 3A play.

Kelsey Mellick added 14 points for the Eagles (7-6 overall, 4-1 conference), who held the Seagulls (2-13, 1-5) to single-digit scoring in each quarter.

Kate Pohland’s 17 points led Everett.

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Stanwood 79, Lynnwood 56

Madison Chisman scored 22 points, Kaitlin Larson 18 and Ashley Alter 17 to lead Stanwood to a 23-point victory over visiting Lynnwood in Wesco 3A action.

Jillian Heichel chipped in with 12 points for the Spartans (9-4 overall, 5-1 Wesco 3A), who had four players in double figures and outscored the Royals (6-7, 2-3) 48-28 in the first half.

Nakia Boston netted a game-high 23 points for Lynnwood.

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Shorewood 59, Marysville Pilchuck 15 (statistics not reported)

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Meadowdale 52, Mountlake Terrace 23

Meadowdale’s Lilly Williams scored a game-high 21 points to help the Mavericks defeat visiting Mountlake Terrace and earn their first Wesco 3A win of the season.

Camryn Cassidy added 11 points for Meadowdale (4-9 overall, 1-4 conference).

Nohea Morrison and Jasmine Zenk each scored nine points for the Hawks (2-11, 1-4).

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Shorecrest 75, Oak Harbor 32

Shorecrest outscored Oak Harbor 15-3 in the first quarter en route to a Wesco 3A win over host Oak Harbor.

The Scots (11-3 overall, 6-0 conference) remained tied for first place in Wesco 3A.

The Wildcats fell to 3-11 (0-6).

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Snohomish 66, Edmonds-Woodway 64

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King’s 39, Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 36

Two late buckets by Rachel Phelan gave King’s just enough cushion to hold off Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) in a taut Cascade Conference matchup.

The Eagles’ Irena Korolenko led all scorers with 17 points, but Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) fell to 7-7 (3-4 conference) with the loss.

Mia Flor scored 10 points to lead the Knights (8-5, 5-2) and Phelan finished with seven.

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Archbishop Murphy 59, Cedarcrest 41

Archbishop Murphy’s Megan Dorney and Emily Rodabaugh each scored 14 points as the Wildcats extended their perfect season with a win over host Cedarcrest.

Olivia Riojas added 11 points for Murphy (13-0 overall, 7-0 Cascade Conference).

Haley Hill led the Red Wolves (11-4, 5-2) with 10 points.

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Sultan at South Whidbey (statistics not reported)

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Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace) at Shoreline Christian (statistics not reported)

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Darrington 54, Concrete 36

Darrington outscored Concrete 27-4 in the first quarter as the Loggers cruised to their first win in Northwest Conference 1A/2B play this season with a home victory over Concrete.

Tatum Wright led Darrington (5-8 overall, 1-3 conference) with 16 points and Lexsy Ford added 14.

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